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SEVERAL KILLED Ut MOD WOT
AT WIKBTON-RALBM. .
Troop* From Charlotte and lUMigh
Rushed to Twin City Sunday
• Wlnuton-Baiem, Nov. 17.—At least
| five persons arc known to have bean
killed In a riot her* tonight which re
I suited from Uk efforts of a mob of
several thousand men to storm ths
city jail and Lynch a negro accused of
shooting J. E. Childress and Bhang
Flynt and attacking Mrs. Childress
law night. The police believe that a
detailed search tomorrow will show
that at lvavt seven persona and may
bo more were killed.
1 Upward* of a score of persons are
I believed to have bee* injured, Av* or
six of them seriously. They are
mostly white persons and Include two
member* at the home guard, which
waa called out whan the mob mad*
it* seoond visit to the jail after shoot,
ing a negro and accidentally wound
ing a whit* prisoear iu the afternoon.
Ut* known dead aiu:
Rachel Levi, a young woman by
stander, and Robert Young, a Amman
and Hrre* negroes.
The mar* seriously Injured Mad*
Margaret George, Unwood -Heeler,
John Bumpier, cittern, and '.Prank
O’Brien and K. T. Hawley, member*
of th* home guard; Charles White,
ahet and seriously hurt; Jute Stitch.
Cadi Alley, J. J. Adams.
According to the police the negroes
were killed in outlying districts where
indiscriminate ahootlag continued for
•everal hours after the mob had dis
persed, following a pitched battle be
tween It and the home guards and
firemen who turned the hoes on the
crowd when it reached the jail the
At midnight the worst of the trou
ble seemed to be over and tha police
expected to have the situation in band
by tha time troops from Bateigh and
Charlotte reach here early tomorrow.
Five of the more seriously injured,
including two members of the home
guard, were taken to hospitals, but
assay others were treated at their
homes. The total number ef Injured
was aot known and the police weald
not even hasard an estimate.
The mob first formed this afternoon
shout S:80 o’clock and stormed tha
jail. Three shots were fired sod the
negro accused of shooting the two
men god attacking Mis. Childrens wss
seriously wounded, while a white pris
oner named Tragg also wee hit in the
arm by a stray bullet.
After some difficulty the police suc
ceeded in Hearing the crowds out of
the buildings and then the mayor call
ed out the boaee guards. Quiet
reigned for a time, but later the re
port wont out that the negro shot was
not tho man that had been sought. By
nightfall the snob bad re-formed and
started marching to the jail which
was surrounded by homo gourd*.
Hardware (torus were broken into
and revolvers, shotguns and other
weapons and ammunition taken. As
the mob marched it increased in sisa
and when Its abjective was reached it
numbered several thousands. The
mayor sought to address the crowd,
bat could not be heard, la the mean
time fire companies had arrived and
when the mob broke (or the jail the
Arosaen turned water on theta.
Firing immediately followed and
Young was *ot dead. A ballet hit
Mias Levi, who area watching nearby.
The home guards answered the val
ley, but the mob quickly overpowered
them and want into tho jail. Two
members of the guard ware badly
hurt by being thrown bodily domra a
stairway which they were guarding.
Apparently the mob did not find
the negro it sought far no more of the
prisoners ware fired upon. After an
hour or more the mob left the jail and
started marching through the busi
ness Beetles of the town. Gradually
it broke kilo groups and for a time it
was feared that there would be a ram
riat. aa aease ef the groups headed far
the negro quarter. Late tonight,
however, there had bean no clash be
tween whites and blacks.
MILITARY AND POUCH HAVE
SITUATION IN HAND.
Winston-Salem, Nov. 18.—With sol
diers policing the city tonight, no for
thor trouble w*» expected by author
lUaa in maintaining order after the
rioting yesterday whan a mob attempt,
ed to lynch Rneeell High, a negro,
bald In Jail bore on chargei of (hoot
ing J. E. Children and attacking Kn>.
Chi Id rein.
Mayor Gorrell Uaned a proclatan
tlon this afternoon calling upon the
people to remain in their home* be
tween the hour* of T p. m. and 8 a. m.
Persons on the street after that hour
w»re liable to be searched by the
troop* and if weapons were found on
them they were to be placed under
A large body of soldier* la encamp
ed on the courthouse square, and the
military aspect of the scons is en
hanced by the presence of an army
tank brought from Comp Polk, at
The home guard from Greeaabovo
aont her* at tbs Instance of Governor
Blcfcott, as well as eight or tan pobeo
men amt from the asms dtp, wart ra
'maed when the regular troop* ar
The work of the Winston-Salem
horn# guards la boiag highly praised.
Par hours they stood tbs gibos of
members of the mob, valleys of stones
aad later bullets with the greatest
petienee and eeolneas, and It is the
opinion of adBdal* that their effective
work did much to reduce the casualty
list Sunday night.
OOdal reports give the number ef
deaths at three, althaugh one of the
wounded man dtad-aarty Monday. Tan
war* wounded, more or lea* aeriomly.
although others not tdaatUUd receiv
ed wounds also
PI**** Uuuuodi, Ira WhJ taker
*»d Frank Hestar *m arreetad by
oAems ikli afternoon charged with
inciting a riot growing oat of tha
trouble Kara Sunday and their bands
war* Axed at IkjOOO. Hester gar*,
bead. Three ethers, Vernon Hoffman,
Reely Donald aad Edward Shoo**, are
alee in the city Jail charged with in
citing a riot. 8crcral of these arrest
ed were armed.
The eases will probably be beard
together with about fifty other cases,
moat at them for carrying concealed
The troops seat hose from Char
lotte and Greensboro loot no time
aarly this morning in their task of ro
stering order and moot of the people
on the streets won searched If fire
arms were found on them they were
promptly placed under arrest.
Solicitor 8. Porter Graves, is in the
city to confer with offlcisls relative to
steps to be taken to bring the mom
ben of the mob to justice.
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TRY 1 IT lUBNITUn FOR
NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATOR.
Ha vine qualified ta administretor
of tho aetata of J. B. L'ther. dereseed.
UU of Scotland Count., Nirth
llna, thia in to notify all poraona hav.
taf rtalma against the estate of Mid
deceased tq exhibit them to the oc
denneneKl, er her ettomoya, Ruaael)
* Wcatberapoon, Laormbarg, N C ,
on or before tho 7th day of Novem
b5,l OT tWl notito will be plead
ed In bar of their recovery. Au per
epna Indebted to aid eetate *111
pleaea make immediate piyaaent. Thia
Mb day of November. 19!*.
LULA F. USHER,
^Rom-U « Weathers pooo, AUyT
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION.
Having this day qualified as the ad
mlaUtiaMx of the estate of Stafford
R. Gibson, deceased, this la to notify
all aarioua holding claims against
“W estate to present them to the an
MU. LANA GIBSON,
Gibson. N. C_ E. F. D. No. 1.
COMMISSIONER'S SALS OF LAND
tract AH that eartaia
and set oat in a
Forma n February
estate of T. C. Bandy,
•at oat la as id nun in 17 lata
on shown, and which map ia
part hereof, tha same feeing
pa tha sort* by tha lands of
beard Air Line Railroad, r:
Central RailroiM, and on the
the lands of the McCellom estate,
(now John F. McNair) on tha w**t
by the several store lot* in tha town
ef La win bore which store lots are oa
the Main Street between McKay
Street and said railroad, and indiid
tag one lot facing Mala Street *7
ft- 4 in*, wide next south of Erering.
*» • Drug 8tore lot. Maps on lie
•f E. T. McCall’* store, and at the
This October 31,1819.
M. L. JOHN, Commiaaieaer.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR.
Having qaalilcd as administratrix
pf the aetata of William T. Deaton,
late of Scotland County, North Caro
lina, thin la to notify A persons hav
ing claims against Hie estate of mid
deceased to exhibit them to the aa
dsrsigned at Ms beam oa or before the
“TJ* ***!«•*•», 1919, or this
notioe will be pleaded in bar af their
laeovary. All pecoooo indebted to
mid estate will please make Imme
diate pay meat.
This «h day af November, 1911.
A. V. WALLACE.
toeeei A Waatharspooo, Attyx.
nuflrrsra sale of land,
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